Welcome to the 9th Edition of the Carnival of Money Stories 2. If you like what you see, make sure you check out the 8th Edition of the Carnival of Money Stories 2 hosted at Stretchy Dollar. The mission of this particular carnival is,
…A weekly blog carnival where individuals share their stories/experiences with money.
Well since I celebrated America’s birthday this weekend and the Carnival is about Money, this week’s theme should highlight America’s Richest People.
I take pride in doing my carnivals and I won’t just add anything because it was offered. I have read every single post that was offered, so if you think I made a mistake because your post wasn’t included go ahead and Contact me. I went through A LOT of articles so please enjoy these submissions:
Editor’s Choice – Richest American: William Gates III ($57 Billion)
Warren Buffet ($50 Billion)
Money Beagle presents My Brush With Identity Theft posted at Money Beagle. Money Beagle’s aptly titled post provides his story with identity theft.
Patrick @ Cash Money Life presents Things to Consider When Leaving Your Job posted at Cash Money Life. Patrick discusses advice he gave to his wife when they decided that she was going to be an at home mom.
debt kid presents Meet Real Estate Kid: $37,865.94 in Unsecured Debt posted at DebtKid.com. Crazy interesting story by a Guest Poster, Matt.
Benjamin presents Purchasing My Brand New Motorcycle Was Dumb posted at Trees Full of Money. Benjamin is wise (and brave) enough to realize that his purchase of a new Bike was a horrible financial move.
Lawrence Ellison ($27 Billion)
Jim Walton ($23.4 Billion)
MoneyEnergy presents What I Learned About the Economy From Watching Food, Inc. (dir. Robert Kenner, 2009) posted at MoneyEnergy. Money Energy gives us a review of the Film, Food, Inc. and how it applies to his life.
Cindy Morus, The Money Mender presents Did Your Bank Flip You “The Bird”? posted at Mend Your Money.com. Cindy explains the changes in her minimum payments and how she is moving forward.
Literally Nothing to do with the Carnival but Can’t Be Ignored
Darwin presents High Yield Corporate Bond List – Yielding over 8% | Darwin’s Finance posted at Darwin’s Finance.